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Research analysing linguistic variation in research articles (RAs) across academic disciplines typically employs a relatively coarse definition of RAs: any text published in an academic journal that reports on primary research. This definition assumes that articles within a single...
The purpose of this study was to uncover sets of co-occurring, lexico-grammatical features to help to characterise successful student writing. The writing was captured by the Michigan Corpus of Upper-level Student Papers (MICUSP, 2009) and was taken from sixteen disciplines. MICUSP is a...
This article takes the multi-dimensional (MD) analysis approach to explore the textual variations between native and non-native English abstracts on the basis of a balanced corpus containing English abstracts written by native English and native Chinese writers from twelve academic...
In this paper, we use corpus-based, multi-dimensional analysis ( Biber, 1988 ) to investigate the structural and functional linguistic variation in online language represented by blogs, micro-blogs, workplace e-mails, discussion posts and reader comments, and online newspaper and opinion...
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